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Lac Ste. Anne (D3-107)


Site Details

This 744-acre site is located approximately 80 km west of Edmonton on the southwest arm of Lac Ste. Anne and can be accessed from Highway 633 by travelling north on RR 43. The habitat consists of upland deciduous forest, tame meadows and riparian areas. Sport fish in Lac Ste. Anne include lake whitefish, walleye, northern pike, and yellow perch.

Restrictions

Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only.

Partners

Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Environment and Parks

Quarter Sections

NW/NE/SW/SE-28-054-04-W5M, SE-29-054-04-W5M, NE/SW/SE-33-054-04-W5M

Wildlife Management Units

336

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